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culture. they call it the sandy hook promise, after the sandy hook elementary school where the 20 children and 6 educators were shot and killed. the mission statement reads, "america is in desperate need of a new path forward to address our epidemic of gun violence." and then comes the promise, "this time there will be change." francine wheeler, one of the newtown parents who has made that promise, is with me now. she is the mother of six-year-old ben, a sandy hook first grader who was one of those slain in december. you may have seen francine a few weeks ago when president obama asked her to deliver his weekly radio and internet address or you may have watched her on "60 minutes" with her husband david, a graphic designer, who will join us later in the broadcast. but first, francine and i are with peter yarrow, the folksinger and activist. you know him from peter, paul and mary, the celebrated trio who entertained and moved us with their music while tirelessly campaigning for peace and social justice. in february, peter was asked to come to connecticut and appear in a concert to give thos
unbelievable wind that i've seen here in 44 years as a resident. >> six months ago today, sandy hit the shores of the northeast coast, part hurricane, part cold weather system. sandy morphed into a superstorm of epic proportions and it slammed the region with winds of 115 miles per hour and the storm surge topping 13 feet. the damage was staggering. only katrina would prove a more costly disaster. ousf h were swept from their foundations as the coast of new jersey was literally reshaped overnight. floodwaters poured inland and washing out schools and businesses and entire communities. half of manhattan was left in the dark while staten island struggled to save the stranded in the rock aways a massive fire tore through breezy point and destroying at least 100 homes. and, today, some of the hardest hit areas like the this town look more like a war zone than a beach community. for others recovery is on way but for everyone affected by sandy the last six months have been unlike anything they could have ever imagined. today is monday, april 29th, and we are live in asbury park in a state where the
to own despite all that recent volatility. >>> and restore the shores. six months after superstorm sandy hit the coasts. allinothat and more on "nightly business report," monday april 29th. good evening, everyone. we had a nice start to the week for investors. stocks opened up and kept on going. >> yeah, a little bit of a surprise, but it was one of those days. it has been a few weeks indeed since we said this, but it was another record-setting day on wall street with stocks getting a big boost. pending home sales, contracts that assigned, not yet closed rose 1.5% in march. and personal income and consumer spending rose two-tenths of 1% in march. the dow rose 106 points days. nasdaq good for a 12 1/2-year high. and the s&p 500 closed 11 points higher, ending the session at 1593.61, tenths of a point above the old record close. things may just be warming up. on wednesday we'll get the latest road on how much homes are selling for. and federal reserve policy makers will wrap up a two-day meeting on interest rates and those billions in monthly asset purchases. and then on friday, the big ec
to the day since superstorm sandy hit. a business owner who put aside his own loss to help his neighbors. that is just the beginning of the story. on saturday night at the white house correspondents dinner. >> we have had some difficult days. but even when the days seem darkest we have seen humanity shine at its brightest. we have seen first responders, national guards men, law enforcement officers who live their oath to serve and to protect. and every day americans who are opening their homes and hearts to perfect strangers. blap . >>> six months ago what is now known as superstorm sandy changed parts of the northeast forever. it is part of the hard hit section of queens. what is it like there six months later? >> reporter: it looks like nothing has happened here for some families. i think you can hear the sound on and off. that is the sound of a jackhammer. people are trying to bring their lives back together. so many are struggling to make that happen. we talked to folks who have come to look at their property. one man says he hasn't been on the second floor of his home in six months.
assault and attempt to strangle him. >> reporter: as she has countless times before, sandy miller visited her murdered son's grave this week. as she has countless times before, she wiped dirt from rusty stone and left him flowers. >> that's for you baby. >> reporter: but unlike previous visits on this day sandy miller was not filled with hate. >> oh yes, i think i'm in much better shape today than i was a year ago. >> reporter: in much better shape she says because a year ago she watched as san quentin officials killed her son's killer william vonan. vonan was the so called freeway killer. he would pick up boys as young as 12 years old. boys waiting for school buses, boys hitchhiking home. and then rape, torture and murder the boys. strangle or stab them. kick their feud bodies out of his van as he cruised southern california highways. in 1979 and 1980 vonan did this at least 18 times. >> i was very emotional. i know i was crying, i know i was having a hard time standing up. everything inside of me came out. >> reporter: david mcvicker also witnessed david vanan's execution because he was
boston tuvieron cómplices. >>> seis meses después de la tormenta sandy muchos esperan recuperarse. >>> ya regresamos con esto y mucho más en noticiero univisión ♪. >> el fbi investiga en varios frentes para establecer si los 2 sospechosos del atentado en boston tuvieron ayuda, allanaron el domicilio de tamerlan tsarnaev, la madre de los sospechoso insiste que sus hijos son inocentes y nego ser terrorista >> vladimir putin y presidente barack obama buscan unir esfuerzos >> se busca investigar el envio de las cartas con el virus risino en cartas al presidente barack obama, este hombre dice que no tiene que ver con las cartas e ira e nuevo a corte el jueves >> se busca a un hombre sospechoso de atacar a una niña hispana, pidieron a la pequeña permanezcan en sus casas el fin de semana mientras realizan la busqueda en que se mantiene donde participan más de 100 agentes >> un hombre apuñaló a un hombre, 4 personas fueron hospitalizadas 3 más con heridsa menores, feligresesz lograron controlar y detuvieron al atacante, el agresor dijo que estaba en busca del director del coro porque pe
months after superstorm sandy, there were more stunning reminders in the midwest about the dangers of extreme weather and new reports on just how much money it's costing you. plus, the latest in the fight over fixing the sequester cuts, plus click 3. but first, there's brand new data out today that has completely altered how i understand the politics of guns and more broadly the potential of the obama electoral majority. it's new polling from one of the most accurate firms in the 2012 election cycle and paints a picture of the aftereffects of the gun safety battle that i could not believe when i first read it. before i get to that, though, here is basic structure of the politics on this issue up until right now. there's a relatively small, well-organized group of people who are incredibly intense about opposing any and all regulation having anything at all to do with guns. this group is made up of the gun industry, the nra and for lack of a better word, let's say gun enthusiasts. the main thing to remember any time you're trying to wrap your head around gun policy in this country i
sÚper tormenta sandy, muchas comunidades dicen que las cosas siguen prÁcticamente igual y a pesar que el gobierno federal ha afirma afirmado. en 6 meses de de la tormenta sandy y su esposa, pagar un alquiler en meses que el comercio en new jersey estuvo cerrado debido a los serios daÑos que sufriÓ durante la sÚper tormenta sandy. >> estuvo 5 meses sin trabajar, el lugar estuvo cerrado por reparaciones. igual mi esposa estaba de la misma manera trabaja en un restaurante. >> no lo Árbitro glad y regresar a sus hogares decenas de personas estaban por hablar con el gobierno cris cristi que visitÓ el paso de sandy. no nos hemos realizado trabajando fuerte anunciÓ la llegada de 1.7 en fondos federales en residentes. lo que ha ahora lo que sucedÍa. en millones de prÉstamos y cerca de 400 millones de ayuda pero el costo. lo que en entrega de fondos federales. lo que son veces que sean necesarios. cristi admitiÓ el presidente obama cumpliÓ todas sus promesas y dijo que la costa de new jersey estarÁ lista para recibir turistas este verano. >> el gobierno expresÓ en la nora en washingto
>>> when superstorm sandy made landfall on october the 29th of last year, it was already one of the largest hurricanes on record in the atlantic. 115 miles per hour in terms of winds and 13-foot storm surges devastated many coastal towns all across the eastern seaboard. for the nearly 3,000 residents here in seaside heights, new jersey, life is just now getting back to normal. good morning, everyone. i'm brian shactman and this is a special edition of "way too early," six months after hurricane sandy. all morning long, we'll be focusing on the storm's victims and what they're doing to bring the shore back to life. some of what was lost will absolutely never be restored. it was the second costliest storm in u.s. history behind only katrina, but the region continues to pick up the pieces and rebuild. and while the government has played a major role in getting these towns back on their feet, it's the people, the neighbors helping neighbors, who have put the area on a path to recovery. throughout the morning, we'll be live from some of the hardest-hit locations. joe and mika will
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to believe, but six months to the day since hurricane sandy slammed ashore, devastating communities along the new york and new jersey shorelines, are still trying to recover. bill karins is live along the jersey shore, along with the "morning joe" crew. a lot of damage still there. >> reporter: it's unbelievable to think only four tweweeks fro now is memorial day weekend, the unofficial kickoff to summer along the jersey shore. they've already done a lot of recovery so we're progressing at a fast pace as summer arrives. and it's also a better weather season. behind me, the roller coaster, the iconic image of hurricane sandy's damage on the coast. the storm surge taking down the end of the pier, maybe about a quarter of it. and they're hoping to have that removed in the next two or three weeks before we get to the holiday season and the memorial day weekend. also, the pier here has been dramatically improved and most of it was tore down and a new one was put up. and they're actually hoping to have the southern end of the pier opened up next weekend and the whole thing by memorial day weeke
. for the first time an active player in the pros says he's gay. >>> and the new normal. six months since sandy tore apart the shoreline and tens of thousands of lives. tonight we show you the lives getting better and those left standing still. getting better and those left standing still. "nightly news" begins now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. there is news tonight in the investigation of the boston bombings. newly discovered dna evidence on the bombs themselves. this comes as the investigation now stretches around the world and a big part of it is both the involvement of the russians and the cooperation between the russians and u.s. investigators who today, in addition to talking to anyone who might know something, were gathering new evidence to make this case. pete williams remains on the case for us and starts us off from our d.c. newsroom tonight. pete, good evening. >> reporter: brian, good evening. legal sources say tonight that prosecutors and lawyers for the surviving bomb suspect, dzhokhar tsarnaev, have begun very early discussions about a possible
: california convicts sentenced to life are getting out early. six months after sandy, how is the northeast recovering? and a spectacular eruption when the cbs evening news continues. when i'm on my feet all day, my lower back acts up. yeah, the pain can be really tough. and it's my family that suffers. then i learned that my pain started at my feet. this was me. that's when i found dr. scholl's pain relief orthotics. yep, i went pro. they reduce the impact on my lower body. p-r-o. i get pain relief from the ground up. so i feel less pain and more energized. it's that simple! i'm a believer. we're all believers! dr. scholl's pain relief orthotics-- pain relief that starts with your feet. i'm a believer. >> every year we pick a new city to explore. >> but, thanks to hotwire, this year we got to take an extra trip, because they get us ridiculously low prices on really nice hotels and car rentals. >> so we hit boston in the spring-- even caught a game. >> and with the money we saved, we took a trip to san francisco. >> you see, hotwire checks the competition's rates every day, so they can guar
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of the cynical school -- sandy hook school shooting. coming up next, a panel focusing on social media and bad information in the wake of these incidents. this is just over an hour. hi, everyone. welcome back to the afternoon session where we will talk about social media. we have a great deal to discuss, not just about sandy hook but also last week we had a number of lessons that we will be discussing as well. joining me today, i am delighted , a senior strategist from npr. it is central to the operations of what you do. about hisuthor experiences of aggregating and tweeting where he established a protocol for many journalists who followed to use the real- time social web for a conversational link to news of verification and reporting. is themmediate left principal of newtown high school. he was one of the most consistent and calm presences on the.l media throughout journalists and other people new him as awn source. i wanted to start with you and just going back to that day because you had already established yourself. you are an educator who uses technology. your presence already on social m
. >> a recent conference at columbia university school of journalism and what the coverage of the sandy hook elementary school are reading in the marathon bombings at this panel focused on how news and rumors disseminated in social media in the aftermath. this is an hour. >> hi, everyone. welcome back to the afternoon session where were going to be talking about a social media and we have a great deal to discuss, not just about the sandy hook incident, but also subsequently last week we had a number of lessons that were probably being discussed as well. joining me today i'm delighted to say is trained for who it is a senior strategist from npr. he has lost the written media from its title which is a picture because when that goes away, it is no longer am not sure to what you do. essential to the operation. the author of the buck about his experiences of aggregating and treating the arab spring, where he established a protocol to use the real-time social web for a more conversational linked approach to news verification and reporting. on my immediate left is shipped in may, principal of newto
, nbc news, houston. >>> here in the northeast, it was six months ago tomorrow that hurricane sandy swept through the region. battering the landscape and countless lives. since the storm more than half million people have registered for assistance from the federal government. nbc's stephanie gosk is in seaside heights on the jersey shore tonight with an update for us. stephanie. >> reporter: good evening, lester. i'm standing in the middle of what will be the new boardwalk for seaside heights. mayor tells us that it will be ready and open before memorial day but that can't be said for the rest of the jersey shore where progress is definitely mixed. there are homes along the jersey shore that look like they haven't been touched since sandy hit. a beach house swept into the bay by the storm still sits there. last november, we saw homeowners making an emotional return to the beach. >> it is devastating. devastating. i don't know what else to say. >> reporter: today, there was virtually no one there and it looked exactly the same. lack of money and battles with insurance companies are s
-conspirator. >> thank you so much, brian ross. >>> we move on now, six months since that superstorm, hurricane sandy, slammed into the eastern seaboard, leaving so much destruction behind. here's a picture of the demolished boardwalk in seaside heights, new jersey, and tonight, six months later, the boardwalk, smooth, clean, and ready for summer. and you may remember, one of the most ravaged neighborhoods, was breezy point, queens. and abc's linsey davis is standing by there to show us the change tonight. >> reporter: good evening. here in breezy point, there were once 2,800 homes here. at this point, only 400 of them are occupied. in far too many locations, this is all that remains, crumbling foundations, stark reminders of what once was. >> the floodwater was in the vicinity of three feet. >> reporter: after wind, rain, and storm surge nearly destroyed art's breezy point home, he's now focused on rebuilding and doing his best to stay strong. what's been the most difficult part of the past six months? >> i guess seeing 's happened to the community. i think that's the most difficult. >> reporter: sa
months after hurricane sandy, homeless homeowners say they have been abandoned. also, putting the brake on trading. new efforts to protect small investors. and staying safe, how do you do that? we are on thecase tonight on "the willis rept." melissa: all of that and more coming up. but first,he consumer financial protection bureau. they are trying to accelerate their power this time through car loan they want lenders to guess the race and ethnicity and gender of car loan applicants. with more on this, congressman john campbell of california who is on a conference call with the agency's staff, trying to get an explanation. all right, congressman, what did you learn? >> well, just what you said, the consumer financial protection bureau and a lot of your viewers may notbe familiar with this or have heard of that. it was set up as part of the dodd-frank law. we call it an acronym forhort. they are supposedly there to protect consumers we are supposed to be protecting from predatory lending practices 2008 crisis. what is interesting is that car loans were not a problem in the crisis. they di
gun control laws that would not have prevented sandy hook. >> reporter: the daughter of the slain principal at sandy hook elementary drove four hours from connecticut to confront ayotte. >> i'm just wondering why the burden of my mother being gunned down in the halls of her elementary school isn't as important as that. >> i'm obviously so sorry. everyone here no matter what our views are for what you have been through. >> reporter: tonight ayotte's advisers tell me they think the meetings were more cordial than you might expect. they say the senator is open to constructive steps that both parties could work on. they don't think there is enough political momentum to bring up the issue again soon with hot topics coming up like immigration reform. brian. >> kelly o'donnell in washington tonight. kelly, thanks. >>> an early heads-up on the next story for those watching with young ones present. it is a grisly subject matter. a jury in philadelphia ended its first full day of deliberations without reaching a verdict in the high profile trial of an abortion doctor accused of murder. ther
alive and then killed at his clinic. >>> the daughter of the slain sandy hook principal confronted new hampshire senator kelly ayotte at a town hall meeting in warren. ayotte a republican voted no on expanded background checks saying it would burden gun store owners. >> i'm just wondering why the burden of my mother being gunned down isn't as important. >> the legislation that was on the floor and the background check system was, as i understand the facts, certainly, you know, wouldn't have solved this. what we need to do is pull the mental health. i understand but i respect you have a different viewpoint. >>> ayotte is one of a handful of senators including jeff flake and heidi highcamp who are facing criticism. >>> turning now to wall street the past three years have seen investors selling day and go away. this years stocks said good-bye to april on a high not with all three major indexes up for the year. the fed promises to continue easy money that streak could continue. tuesday apple held a record $17 billion bond auction to help finance $100 billion pay out to shareholders. dream
you, hurricane sandy did not just send rivers out of their banks and oceans on to the shore. we'll tell you more about what we're learning about the other impacts. >> we still have drizzle in northwest. let me show you the numbers. it was cool today. 52 and 56 goes in the books. 71 and 52 are your averages. we are 2 inches behind for the year. a quarter behind for the month of april. we'll come back and tell you when the may sun will work its magic. >>> we have a head's up. crews will be inspecting the bridge for the next few days. that's going to mean lanes will be closed. be ready for that. if you are traveling in that area. >>> today, the wife of a capitol hill man brutally beaten and left for dead took the stand against his accused attacker. tonight, that suspect's fate is in the hands of a jury. >>> i'm bruce leshan in d.c. superior court, where jurors have gone home for the day after beginning deliberations in the fate of tommy branch. he is the man accused of smashing a young father, tc maslin in the med during a robbery on capito
of the principal who was slain at sandy hook. >> you had mentioned that the owners of gun stores that expanded background checks would cause. i'm just wondering why the burden of my mother being gunned down in the halls of her elementary school isn't as important as that. >> stephen: is it over? folks, i'm telling you, we cannot underestimate the danger posed by the victims of gun violence. they are sympathetic figures who are fanatically committed to having someone do something and their numbers are growing every day. that's why senator joe manchin who cosponsored the original background check bill has vowed to reintroduce it all on the flimsy excuse that over 90% of americans want it. making it slightly more popular than nacho cheese and reach-arounds. not to mention nacho reach-arounds. which incidentally is the worst doritos flavor ever. obviously, those of us who oppose background checks could argue our case again. but our case has one weakness. >> there were no coherent arguments as to why we wouldn't do this. >> stephen: fine. then what about incoherent arguments like background checks
committee and with us from bell harper queens. he is checking in on the progress from sandy six months later. good morning to you. >> good morning, savannah. >> we will have more on sandy later on in the show, but i want to talk about the boston bomb investigation and ask you about the reports we know how it is the russians became aware of tamerlan and they wire-tapped him having a conversation with his mother and another person. is that a critical piece of information that may have changed how fbi agents investigated him? have they had that information back in 2011? >> no doubt if the russians are giving the fbi the information they had regarding the mother and the son and their views on the mother's radicalization and the son's radicalization, it would have dramatically changed the investigation and forced the fbi to go further and get to the bottom more quickly. and possibly head this entire disaster off, yes. >>> are you satisfied with the help the russians are providing now in the investigation? >> no way of knowing. there's no doubt the russians are cooperating more. but the congressma
in this case. chris christie six months after embracing president obama during superstorm sandy. is he still defending his behavior before the 2012 election that some think helped the president win the white house. you will hear from the governor when we come back. >>> today marks six months since hurricane sandy devastated the east coast. 159 lost their lives in new jersey alone. 74,000 residences were destroyed. sandy caused deposits 60 billion -- caused $60 billion in damage and the damage wasn't limited to property. chris christie embraced president obama days before the election and some say with that bear hug christy and sandy leveled the shot at the white house. governor christie was talking about president obama's response to the most devastating hurricane since tau treen gnaw. since katrina. >> the president has kept every proposition he made. that's what i was saying at the time. what i was saying was i was asked how is the president doing. i said he is doing a good job. he kept his word. since that time i have to say everything they ms proked they would do -- they promised they wo
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're paying you a yield, pretty darn good for an industrial. let's check in with sandy cutler. let's find out what's going on. welcome back to "mad money." >> good evening, jim, glad to be back with you tonight. >> thank you sandy, this was an amazing quarter. you say even in the call that europe was -- you said it was omolasses. the economy over there was so slow. you saw some good asia. united nations okay. yet, you were still able to deliver remarkable marginles. should we be focused more on margins than revenue if we want to figure out what stocks will do these days? >> i think, obviously, you got to have real revenues. the key where you left off is in this relatively slow outlook, 2% gdp the companies can execute, create their own additional sales or additional profit. that's where we think the tonne is the for the shareholder. that's what we were able to do in this first quarter. you correctly noted, your sales up 34%. our profits up 28%. we exceed our own guidance for the quarter as well as the analyst consensus. we think we are off to a solid start in the year where marks won't bail e
of the victims tell us how big of a problem this is. in the 137 days since the killings at sandy hook elementary school at least 3734 americans have died as a result of gun violence. that's a rough estimate from slate magazine. that's also 144 newtowns since newtown. it's just astonishing. two weeks ago the senate voted down a proposal to extend background checks on new purchases. dale kelly ayotte had to answer to eric lafferty. >> you had mentioned that owners of guns background checks would solve. i'm won doctoring why my mother was gunned down in the halls of her elementary school, why is that not important. why is that not being support. >> the issue was not background systems. the issue at sandy hook is mental health. i hope it's one thing beck agree on and getting done. >> michael: thankfully erica is at the only one pressuring senators to make something help. they created this website. it packs a powerful message right on the home page. athletes teachers sacrifice their lives for the children they work for. and the next page, these senators voted against protecting the children they work
when confronted but one of the family members of the victims of sandy hook. don't miss that. just be grateful current tv does not come in smellivision. the sweatshirt is nice and all but i could use a golden lasso. (vo) only on current tv. into vote against background checks really hurt a lot of senators their polls have been dropping. kelly ayotte is one who was hurt most the republican from new hampshire, she lost 15 points at the polls, which is amazing. even more dramatic moment happened when one of the family members erica lafferty was there. her mother, dawn lafferty, had been killed. she was principal of the school. she wanted to ask senator ayotte a question. >> you had mentioned that you cost that background checks would cost. i wonder why my mother being gunned down in the hall of her elementary school was not important, why is she not being supported. >> cenk: that's a great question. and kelly ayotte does not vote onthat way but on what will help her or hurt her. >> i'm sorry for what you have been through. as you and i both know, the issue was not background system at
the woman who lost her mom at sandy hook elementary. now she's confronting lawmakers who say they care about what happened and voted no on tougher laws. >>> and what made this jumbo jet to fall to earth. the video is hard to watch. it is incredible. what can a pilot actually do when a plane stalls on takeoff. we'll ask a pro to take us inside the cockpit. >>> we begin with everything new we're learning about the bombing investigation. there's a lot to bring you up to date on. there's three new suspects of the friend of dzhokhar tsarnaev. two kazak friends who are charged with destruction of evidence and the third with lying to authorities. now according to court documents one texted tsarnaev just after the fbi released pictures of the bomb suspects telling him, quote, he looked like the suspect on television. lol dzhokhar stated, come to my room and take whatever you want. authorities say he and the other two did just that. what they found and what they allegedly did next is potentially very incriminating to theirselves as well as their friend dzhokhar. there's so much more we've been learni
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this week when superstorm sandy struck the northeast. damages are estimated at $50 billion. more than 650,000 homes were damaged or destroyed but as elaine quijano reports, there's been some progress. >> reporter: 600 students return to east rockaway high school on long island. exactly six months after it was flooded by superstorm sandy. they were relocated during repairs. principal joe says it feels like the first day of school. >> to see it here in their home school, there's nothing like that. you could just feel it from the kids that they are back where they belong back home. >> reporter: home is still a work in progress for many across the region. rich's house was devastated by sandy. rebuilding has been slow. he has been living in a motor home with his wife and two dogs. what kind of toll has living here for six months taken? >> the toll is just -- you feel beat up. you just feel beat up. everybody you talk to that was here all winter has the same feeling. you feel pretty beat up. >> reporter: so far the federal emergency management agency has paid out $959 million for housing assist
i task force and new town conn will talk about what to do with the sandy hook elementary school. that is where 21st graders and six adults were killed in december by gunmen. the task force has narrowed their choices down to two options, renovate or rebuild sandy hook orb build a new school altogether near the current site. residents in newtown have expressed mixed opinions on whether sandy hook should be torn down or renovated. >> rhode island's governor has signed a bill legalizing same-sex marriage in the state. the bill goes into effect august 1st. the state house gave final approval yesterday, after the senate passed it last week. rhode island was the only state in new england were same-sex marriage was illegal until now. it's now the tense state and the country to allow same-sex marriage. the u.s. supreme court is expected to rule by next month on major cases revolving around a marriage. 6:42 a.m. and let's take a break. live look at the james lick freeway. don't forget, we are just 60 days away from the bay to breakers race and we have you covered start to finish. 2 and ma
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